Super Eagles camp opens ahead of Poland, Serbia friendlies
- The Super Eagles will play Poland and Serbia
- Gernot Rohr releases a 28-man list for the ties
- Nigeria will also play England and the Czech Republic
The Super Eagles camp for the match against Poland will open in the Polish city of Wroclaw on Monday, March, 19, ahead of Friday’s international friendly against Poland is known.
Both Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup bound teams will trade tackles at the 43,000 capacity Stadium Wroclaw on Friday, 23rd March 2018.
Gernot Rohr's side will also play another warm-up match against Serbia who are also World Cup bound in London four days later.
The purpose of the friendlies against the two European nations is to prepare the boys in Green for the tactical Croatian and the Icelandic national teams respectively.
Rohr released a 28-man list that will participate in the friendlies as Torino midfielder Joel Obi, Al Ahly striker Junior Ajayi and Lokomotiv Plovdiv Stephen Eze are the new set of players invited.
After these matches, Rohr will release the final 23-man list in May that represent Nigeria at the soccer fiesta in June.
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The three-time African Champions will also play against DR Congo on 28, May, as a sent forth match at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium in Uyo.
The Super Eagles will lock horns against England at the Wembley Stadium in June 2, while four days later Nigeria will play the Czech Republic before the tournament kicks-off proper.
The Mikel Obi's captained side qualified for the Mundial in a group that had Algeria, Cameroon and Zambia, with the youngest squad in the world that have an average age of 24.7 years.
Nigeria has been drawn in the group of death comprising Argentina, Croatia and Iceland in Group D.
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